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  • 4 Reciprocal Functions (Parabola) December 11, 2012 6.4 Example 3 Graph the Reciprocal of a Quadratic Function Consider f (x) = x2 – 4. a) What is the reciprocal function of f (x)? b) State the non­permissible values of   and the equation(s) of the x      vertical asymptote(s) of the reciprocal function. c) What are the x­intercepts and the y­intercept of the reciprocal function? d) Graph the function y = f (x) and its reciprocal function              . Continue Next Page6. Absolute Values and Reciprocal Functions
  • 4 Reciprocal Functions (Parabola) December 11, 2012 Original Parabola pointing down (a is negative).6. Absolute Values and Reciprocal Functions
  • 4 Reciprocal Functions (Parabola) December 11, 2012 Original parabola has only one x­intercept.6. Absolute Values and Reciprocal Functions
  • 4 Reciprocal Functions (Parabola) December 11, 2012 6.4 Example 4 Graph y = f(x) Given the Graph of  a The graph of a reciprocal function of the form                  , a where a and b are non­zero constants, is shown. a) Sketch the graph of the original function, y = f (x). b) Determine the original function,y = f (x).6. Absolute Values and Reciprocal Functions
  • 4 Reciprocal Functions (Parabola) December 11, 2012 Homework p403 #3, 6, 7, 8, 96. Absolute Values and Reciprocal Functions